Trish Gilmore

I’m a creative writer, blogger, and IT person from Charm City, Maryland. If you’re not from around here, that means Baltimore. If you see someone in Fells Point pouring over a tiny Windows laptop that’s a bit too old, you might just have spotted me.

10 Best Female Soccer Player Autobiographies
a day ago
Women have made incredible strides on getting closer to equality in the last few decades, and it feels empowering to see happening, but it's not easy to be a female athlete. While things are undoubted...
10 Things No One Tells You About Eloping
6 days ago
I'd be lying if I said the thought never crossed my mind. I'm at that awkward age where I'm getting up there in my 20s, I've been with my partner for four years, and everyone in my family is starting to look at us a little weirdly. Of all of the times that marriage, and even eloping, has been brought up in conversation, I've come to learn that there are definitely things no one tells you about eloping. I love my family, don't get me wrong. But by the same token, as much as I love them, they driv...
Why Is Homeschooling Stigmatized?
6 days ago
Even though homeschooling can be a unique opportunity for students who know what they want to pursue in order to specialize their education at a younger age, it's still stigmatized. If a high school s...
10 Intriguing Books About Dangerous Cults
6 days ago
How many times have you heard people say "don't drink the Kool-Aid" when you were getting a little overzealous about something? This, perhaps, somewhat insensitive phrase refers to the Jonestown Massa...
Top 11 Books on How to Survive a Recession
8 days ago
Let's start with the basics; what's the difference between recession and a depression? I'll start with the more colloquial definition. A recession is when your neighbor loses their job. A depression i...
Enjoying a Sip from Ugly Mug Coffee
8 days ago
Ugly Mug Coffee is a sustainable company striving to make coffee both convenient and environmentally friendly. Since Keurig flooded the coffee market, countless homes and offices embraced the ease of ...